Maryville — Things are getting a little spooky at the Parkway Drive-In in Maryville this weekend.

While the outdoor theater is closed for the season, the venue is reopening for one Halloween-themed night benefiting Family Promise of Blount County, a nonprofit that helps families experiencing homelessness transition into permanent housing.

At $20 per car, visitors can watch Halloween classics, Casper and The Goonies, under the night sky.

There will also be dozens of decked-out cars for trunk-or-treat, carnival games, bounce houses, and a food truck.

All the proceeds benefit the programs of Family Promise of Blount County.

This is the first year for the event, and organizers hope it will become an annual fall tradition.

The gates open at 6 p.m.